- Andile Ncube has shared a hilarious video of his 83-year-old singing gogo
- Andile expressed that his granny is ready to challenge gogo Gee Six Five, who recently dropped her banging debut single
- The media personality's fans have shared funny reactions to his social media post
Andile Ncube recently took to social media to share a hilarious video of his 83-year-old granny belting out a song. The TV and radio host shared that his gogo has accepted social media sensation gogo Gee Six Five's challenge.
Gee Six Five, real name Olpha Selepe, recently dropped her debut single titled Obani Lababantu at the age of 65. The old musician shared that she wanted to prove that you can follow your dreams no matter how old you are.
Andile took to Twitter on Thursday, 26 November and shared that his grandmother is ready to take up Gee Six Five's challenge. The media personality captioned his gogo's clip:
"Gee65 my 83-year-old grams accepts your challenge with this old school hit."
Social media users have shared hilarious reactions to Andile's post. Check out some of their comments below:
"I'd like to be her manager."
"Gee83 is coming for Gee65’s crown clearly."
"She's a beauty uGogo."
"Asimuseni eStudio (Let's take her to the studio)."
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Gee Six Five has topped the digital charts after releasing her single Obani Lababantu, meaning, "Who are these people?" Her real name is Olpha Selepe and she has been trending on social media ever since she dropped her song last week. She is now having the last laugh as she is topping the charts.
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Yanga Chief has officially dropped his new album titled Pop Star. The award-winning rappers features artists such as Thabsie, Frank Casino and Tshego AMG, among others, in the 15-track project he released on Friday, 27 November.
South African rappers and hip-hop fans have reacted to the Utatakho hitmaker's dope album. Most of them have shared that the star has dropped one of the most solid rap albums in Mzansi this year. Yanga took to Twitter to share that he is now feeling well after his album was well-received by Mzansi music lovers. Yanga wrote:
"Thank you South Africa. Feeling much better this morning. Ndingayintoni ngaphandle kwenu (what will I be without you). Let me know which one is your favourite."
Yanga's peers in the rap scene have taken to the micro-blogging app to share their thoughts on the project.
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